The dreaded Siafu: Dorylus sp. soldiers guard a foraging trail.

If you’ve been following Myrmecos, you might know I was lucky to instruct this summer’s Ant Course in Uganda. Unsurprisingly, it was epic. And I’ve got the photos to prove it:

Photographs from Ant Course/Uganda

During the 10-day course I took 5,280 exposures. After culling and processing, as of this afternoon I have uploaded 202 of the best. This is a 4% keep rate, very much in line with the 3% baseline from Australia and Brazil earlier this year. Some of these photos you may have seen in my various posts over the past couple months, but most are shiny, new, and unblogged. I hope you enjoy them.